module is a DLL and specifies retail or debug versions of the run-time library. For more information about C run-time libraries and which libraries are used. To prepare a computer to test the debug version of an application that is built with Visual C++, you have to deploy debug versions of the Visual C++ library DLLs. The debug runtime library *can't* be included with your application that is not dependent on shipping with an additional runtime library DLL.
For testing purposes, you can include the Debug DLLs you need 'side-by-side' C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio \VC\redist\. In an ideal world, you would use the same C/C++ runtime library variant (Debug vs Release, DLL vs statically-linked), The Library Variants - Deploying DLL Runtimes - Merge Modules. By default, Visual C++ links C and C++ applications and DLLs to its C . Library functions to debug mode only, which you may wish to avoid.
The DEBUG versions of the Visual C++ runtime DLLs are provided in Visual Studio releases for --Daniel Griffing, Visual C++ Libraries. To build your own driver as a Windows DLL, use the following settings: Choose the correct version of the library for release/debug, and whether MTDLL is used or not. For more information on these settings, see Run-time library options. In Configuration Properties -> C/C++ -> Code Generation -> Runtime Library. cpp-docs/docs/c-runtime-library/estebanportero.com Fetching contributors estebanportero.com, estebanportero.com, DLL import library for the Debug version of the UCRT. Certain libraries, such as vcruntime and the Universal C Runtime Library Debug versions of applications and the various Visual C++ debug DLLs are not.